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Patient Online Access

Online access to appointment booking, prescription ordering, results and detailed medical record summary are available for all patients. To register contact the surgery and present photographic identification & proof of address to get your access activated.

If you are feeling unsure about using a computer to access online services - AGE UK are offering Accessing the NHS Online workshops or one to one help at the Gateway Centre, Gillingate, Kendal. For more information call 01539 792019 or email gateway@ageuksouthlakeland.org.uk Workshops: 10am - 4pm Thursdays   10am - 1pm Fridays

New Patients

We are currently registering new patients - please call into Reception or click on the link above (in the grey box) 

Staff Training

We are closed for Staff Training on the afternoon of Thursday 24th November from 1pm to 8am the following day - prescriptions can be collected from Lloyds Pharmacy (next door)

Job Vacancy

We are looking for a chronic disease nurse to join our team - please click on the Job Vacancy link for more information or go to NHS Jobs website to apply

 

Tests

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Any requested samples should be handed in to reception before 1.30pm Monday to Friday, so that we can ensure that they arrive at the lab in time.

If your sample bottle has not already had an electronic label attached, please label correctly your

  • Name
  • Address
  • Date of birth
  • Date of specimen
  • Your doctors name

 

  

Results Of Investigations - Tel (01539) 722660 between 2.00 - 6:30pm

Please phone after 2.00pm Monday to Friday for your results.

The Patient Care Coordinators can only tell you the results after they have been checked by a doctor and so you may be asked to telephone back.

To maintain confidentiality, results will only be given to the patients themselves, or their carers if this is appropriate.

 
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